Posts Tagged ‘brian friedman’

 

How To Stay Mobile When You’re Trapped Behind Your Desk All Day

Do you get trapped behind your desk all day? Me, too. It used to happen a lot when I worked in the corporate world. And these days it happens when I’m working on a deadline for an upcoming project. It feels like no one is immune. The scary part? Science is showing how much damage […]

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The Quickest Reset (Good For Your Posture)

Want to try a quick reset? The first time I heard the term “reset” came from Tim Anderson’s excellent book, Original Strength. Tim was inspired by watching his son develop the ability to move. He watched as his son learned to lift his head, then roll across the ground, get to all fours, crawl, and […]

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Quiz: What’s The Least You Can Do (To Get The Most Results)

What’s the least you can do? It may sound like an odd question, but it’s something I ask myself regularly (It’s something I ask my clients, too). These days, folks feel they need to do more in order to get more in return … I’m speaking in the context of health and wellness. I’ve had […]

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Do This And You’ll Be Ahead Of The Pack

Have you ever wanted to get ahead of the pack? It’s normal to feel that way. We’ve all wanted the same thing one time or another. And it can feel disappointing if we don’t get there. I remember wanting to keep up with my brother when we went for a run. He’s been running for […]

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How is Her Resolution About To Become a Reality?

When was the last time you crushed an obstacle in your life? Like learning yoga after hip replacement surgery. Or conquering chronic back pain. Or vanquishing the side effects of “middle age.” Most people would agree things like this are just too hard to outdo. That’s what makes Stacie’s story so impressive. She overcame those […]

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One Little Thing You Can Do For Massive Health Benefits

Want to take a massive step to ramp up your health? So do I. So do a lot of people. And it makes sense because we all want to live happy, healthy lives. That’s why I’ve spent the last 3 decades finding, testing, and using things that work. And discarding things that don’t. My first […]

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